Occasional morning snow. Afternoon sunny periods.
Top of the World
Top of Morrisey
Updated February 23rd at 5:53pm
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Crystal Chair, Tower 10
Sunburst Express, Tower 18
Sundance Express, Tower 20
Morrisey Express, Tower 10
Forecast for Mid Mountain:
Sunday: Cloudy with occasional morning snow. 3 to 6 cms. Afternoon sunny periods. Wind south 10 km/h gusts to 25 km/h. High minus 7 C.
Sunday night: Increasing cloud with flurries by the morning. 2 to 4 cms. Wind west 10 km/h. Low near minus 10 C.
Monday: Mainly cloudy. Chance of a morning flurry. Wind northwest 15 km/h with gusts to 25 km/h. High near minus 8 C.
A low pressure system will move to coastal B.C. today with a frontal system moving across southern B.C. Occasional snow is expected to develop this morning ending near noon today. An upper trough expected for tonight giving flurries for the overnight period. The upper trough will move east of the area on Monday. Lingering flurries likely Monday morning with sunny periods for Monday afternoon. Gusty winds for today. Highs on the slopes near minus 7 C both days.
Tuesday through Thursday: For the outlook we forecast a west flow with a flat ridge. No active systems are forecast. The chance of flurries will be minimal. The ridge will get stronger after midweek. Temperatures will trend milder with daytime highs reaching minus 4 C by Thursday.